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Sue Middleton with Residential Conveyancing Solicitor Tiffany Craig

Residential Property solicitor joins expanding Dorset law firm

30 January, 2019

Leading Dorset law firm, Steele Raymond LLP has welcomed Tiffany Craig, a newly qualified solicitor, to its Residential Property Team.

Having read law at the University of Sunderland and then completed her Legal Practice Course (LPC) at Bournemouth University, Tiffany completed her legal training at a Dorset law firm qualifying as a solicitor in 2019.

Bournemouth-born Tiffany handles all aspects of residential conveyancing including buying, selling, transfers of equity and re-mortgages.

Commenting on her appointment, Tiffany said: “I’m excited to have joined Steele Raymond at such an exciting time of growth for the firm. The residential property team at Steele Raymond has such wealth of experience and professionalism coupled with a quality reputation that reaches far beyond the Dorset region. I pride myself on keeping clients informed throughout any transaction and this is an ethos that is universally ingrained at Steele Raymond.”

Sue Middleton, Partner and Residential Property Team Leader, said:

“We are delighted to welcome someone of Tiffany’s talent to the team. I’m really proud of the team that we have built at Steele Raymond over many years. Tiffany’s appointment showcases our continued commitment to providing the best quality service to our expanding client base, provide an extremely efficient conveyancing offering and enhance our already market leading position.”

If you would like to discuss your residential property options with one of our conveyancing solicitors in Bournemouth or Southbourne please contact Sue Middleton on 01202 294 566 or email suemiddleton@steeleraymond.co.uk.

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